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I vote Vincent vaughn in jurassic park 2
Max Cherry, Cherry Bail Bonds.
A character so limp, pathetic and one dimensional it's literally impossible to care what happens to him.
will never, ever be beaten. and to think he subsequently got a major speaking role in avatar :')
Completely overshadowed by the Joker. Also compared to George Bush.
He's keepin' it real while she loses her soul in the bullshit world of high fashion. Except you just really want to punch his pouty squishy pretty boy face (he's also Vince out of Entourage).
Now I really enjoyed Stardust and thought it was great fun - not quite the new Princess Bride that it wanted to be, but the most entertaining stab at it that we've seen, however the male lead was so punchable.
In fact, that film was shit.
she ruined Juno
Sam must have been gutted that he didn't fall into the fire at the end. *Great, now I've got to listen to you whine all the way home too. Maybe I'll try to get upgraded to first class on that eagle*
If not then easily, easily, easily Scarlett Johnasson's character in Lost in Translation. An absolutely horrific infantilised self-absorbed spoiled brat who is so whiney, pathetic and detached from reality she feels the need to phone her mother thousands of miles away because she "went to a monastery and didn't feel anything" and appears to be unable to accept the fact she's responsible for any of her life choices. Awful, awful human being and awful, awful character.
So we can only assume that Sophia Coppola spent a lot of time wandering around thinking that she's so much more significant than everyone else.
In fact, stretch that to any character he's even considered playing.
Looking moody and a bit vacant in just about every scene is not acting. It is however, very dull.